- A single dad, who originally hails from Uganda, has become the foster dad to a 13-year-old American boy
- The boy, Tony, had been in the foster care system since he was two-years-old and was abandoned at a hospital at the age of 11
- Peter Mutabazi, who has adopted a total of 12 children in the past, said he and Tony seemed destined to be together from the moment they first met
A single dad has adopted a 13-year-old American boy who was abandoned at a hospital, Goal Cast reports.
Peter Mutabazi who hails from Uganda and moved to the US many years ago got to know about the young lad, Tony, through a foster care worker who notified him of it.
Peter who recently got his US citizenship is a licensed foster parent and had served as a foster dad to 12 kids.
Fox46 reports that the 13-year-old boy who had been in foster care since he was 2 was left off at a hospital by his former foster parents at the age of 11.
Ever since Tony came in contact with Peter, the two have gone to share a strong bond and lived like a real family.
Woman adopts 12-year-old boy she found on street
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a Nigerian woman had adopted a 12-year-old boy she found on the street.
The woman Laylah, according to her post on Facebook, had found the lad on a street in Abuja and was moved by compassion.
The media personality upon meeting the lad whose occupation was to move with cattle asked him if he would like to be enrolled in school, to which he obliged.
Laylah reiterated that she met with his family and they agreed to her adoption request after putting up some resistance. The excited lady shared a photo with the boy alongside two of her sons.
Her post read in part:
"He is just 12, his job daily was to walk alongside many cattle from one end to other. I asked to meet him, he came in and stole my heart away.
"I asked him if [he] wanted to go to school and he immediately said 'yes'. I asked for his house address and father's telephone number, which he rightly give me."
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Source: Briefly News